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Anti-Online Gambling Coalition Grasps at Advertising Straws

Having failed to get much traction on a federal prohibition of online gaming, casino magnate Sheldon Adelson and his coalition have pointed to targeted online ads promoting online gambling as proof th... read more

Woman takes picture of herself on mobile phone stolen at nightclub then unwittingly sends it to owner

With a downloaded app, the owner was able to take a photo of the woman as she tried to unlock the £319 mobile phone, as well as map the phone's location after it was stolen from the Coalition nightclu... read more

"The Nunes Memo Is All Smoke, No Fire"

Yesterday's New York Times published my op-ed on the Nunes memo. It begins: The #Memo has been released. This document from House Republicans promises to detail government abuses surrounding 2016 elec... read more

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NY Authorities Reveal Cause of Death of Ex-Hoodlum Megachurch Minister Who Died Mysteriously in Hotel Room

according to his megachurch, New Destiny Christian Center in Apopka, Florida. When Tims was fourteen, the young hoodlum was convicted of attempted murder and went to juvie for two years. After finding ... read more


Jimmy Carter: President Obama’s Middle East Policy Sucks

Jimmy Carter is not an expert in Middle Eastern foreign policy. Or, at least, he wasn’t an expert when Middle East foreign policy was happening to him. But now, after decades away from the limelight, ... read more

The Coalition's Big Lie

The Coalition's characterisation of Labor's economic management as "reckless" and "wasteful" is a big lie that is going to be hard to revise, writes David Hetherington. One day, they'll write textbook ... read more

The Scheme to Take Down Trump

Grasping at straws, the Guardian’s Ed Pilkington conceded that no news agency has been able to verify the dossier’s findings. But, he said, they are “unlikely to be discarded as quickly or as conclusi... read more

How to Fight Inhumane Immigration Policies? Better Smugglers

Good for the protesters. But they might be well-advised to redirect at least some of their efforts away from demonstrations and instead put resources into more effectively and humanely smuggling migra... read more

The straw-man case against proportional representation

In his recent article for iPolitics, Dougald Lamont — a communications expert and Liberal insider — builds a very compelling narrative against proportional representation out of a framework myths and ... read more

No, the "supermoon" didn't cause the Japanese earthquake

[UPDATE: I have posted an article with more info on the earthquake and where you can donate money toward the relief efforts.] Japan suffered a massive earthquake last night, measuring nearly magnitude ... read more

The Panama Papers couldn't come at a worse time for the Coalition

There is a second cohort of groups where the difference between the major parties is less than 10 per cent. These include one-time Coalition strongholds of small business and farmers, as well as middl... read more

Kentucky’s Governor Wants Citizens to Get Less Educated

Kentucky Governor Steve Beshear just released his budget for 2012-2013 and it looks like he’s investing in the dumbing down of his citizens: The budget makes $286 million in cuts, including a 6.4 perc... read more



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